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Author Archive for: richards
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Richard contributed a whooping 36 entries.
There is an update on the results of the online auction on the website of the Bristol Owners Heritage Trust, see Liquidation of Bristol Cars and the Results of the Online Auction.
There is a nice report in the September issue of The Automobile on the restoration of Andy Gibbs’ 403. It is well worth reading!
The Heritage Trust Is well supported by a large number of generous backers (thank you to one and all!) and is determined to salvage all the Heritage archives, drawings and plans, and the many filing cabinets of factory correspondence from the earliest days onwards.
The Bristol Owners & Drivers Association thought members should be made aware of the further announcement from Wyles Hardy acting as agents for the liquidators of Bristol Cars and Bristol Cars Services Ltd. This relates to the delay in the sale of the private treaty lots following agreement that the rights to the brands, logos […]
A group of us from the Bristol Owners Heritage Trust went to Bristol Cars at Windlesham on Thursday for a socially distanced viewing of the sad remains of Bristol Cars Ltd and Bristol Cars Services Ltd., now both in liquidation.
Some of you may have noticed that we have given the website a new look and at the same time we have improved its security.
In recent months several Bristol Stalwarts have died. You will have seen the obituary of Martin Barnes but in the last few weeks we have lost Brian May, someone who has been involved with Bristols for more than 50 years, and Mick Bryan who was a well-known Midlands Bristol owner.
We write with news on Bristol Cars liquidation and events that were planned and have obviously been cancelled. As you will be aware, the world has changed very significantly recently. This communication is to bring you up-to-date with the position at the moment so we will address the issues in some order of priority. Firstly, […]
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